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Is Cool Sculpting Safe
Want to about sauna... Which one is better... The old sauna using heated water or the infra red sauna? Is it good to sauna?
Infra Red sauna: Infra red sauna simultaneously detox the body, using sauna 15 min a day can get rid of toxins and keep liver healthy. ...Read more
Yes: As a rule, most topical creams or lotions have very little transfer of their content below the top skin layers. As such, they do not enter the blood and cannot be transferred to a fetus or through the breast milk. The exception to this rule are those preparations designed specifically to enter the blood, like the meds in a nicotiine patch, birth control patch, etc. which use special chemicals to a ...Read more
To mist or not to: A humidifier is basically a fan that draws moisture from a paper or metallic wick & adds it to air in the room. A vaporizer makes a mist. Old style vaporizers have a heating element that boils water making steam, these are unsafe. Modern products use tuning fork technology & make light or heavy mist (vaporizers also humidify)they are safe & helpful when your heater dries out the air you sleep in. ...Read more
Are you nuts?: Your body is going to change a lot during and after pregnancy. If you really have to have liposuction, wait until at least 6 months after the baby is born. I suppose liposuction could be performed during pregnancy, but there would be risk involved due to the anesthetics used. I doubt you could find a reputable surgeon willing to do it. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Not safe: Never heard of this product so I did some internet searching. Apparently this product has risks and I found an article from the 1980s that reviewed it's role in the death of a child. I recommend just plain water based vaporizer with no additives. The cool mist helps reduce nasal congestion and aides in liquefying nasal snot. http://pmj.bmj.com/content/56/653/166.full.pdf ...Read more
No: I wouldn't. Many could be unsafe-- for example, products with lavender oil have estrogen-like effects, and have caused feminization of boys when used topically (though it's unclear if ingestion occurred.) i recommend you use plain, proven safe products-- anything that's labeled for use on your baby is going to be safe for you to use on your own skin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: There would not be any problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
I'd like to know if non incision syringe liposuction is safe & effective? Is that recommended or traditional liposuction? Pros & cons? Thanks
Syringe lipo vs Trad: Traditional better for volumes over 500 cc's >>> ...Read more
Is it safe to use raspberry ketone 700mg during breastfeeding? And using all natural fluid away pills is it safe?
Raspberry ketone: There isn't any reliable research on the safety of raspberry ketones during breastfeeding. All natural fluid away sounds like a diuretic. Diuretics cause fluid loss and may decrease milk supply in breastfeeding women. Breastfeeding by itself is the best weight loss regimen after pregnancy. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/patientinstructions/000586.htm. ...Read more
It depends: It depends on where you're spraying them, in what concentrations, and whether you personally tolerate them. If you have sensitivities towards what you're spraying, you could develop a skin or other tissue reaction. You want to dilute essential oils into a carrier oil to at least 2% (or less). http://www.aromaweb.com/articles/dilutingessentialoils.asp. ...Read more
Done correctly, yes: It is safe to heat water in the microwave oven... doing it correctly and using common sense, of course. Avoid getting scalded by hot water. If worried about EMF radiation, don't stand next to the oven when it is cooking. Always use proper containers intended for use in microwave ovens. ...Read more